Our Friends

Coalition Members

With decades of grassroots experience and leadership, Coalition members have been at the forefront of the fight against corporate control of our food system and for a world where we all have access to fairly made, sustainable, good food. Working at multiple entry points for transformative change, Coalition members include:

Logo for Coalition for Immokalee The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is a community-based organization of mainly Latino, Mayan Indian and Haitian immigrants working in low-wage jobs throughout the state of Florida. CIW fights for, among other things: a fair wage for the work we do, more respect on the part of our bosses and the industries where we work, better and cheaper housing, stronger laws and stronger enforcement against those who would violate workers’ rights, the right to organize on our jobs without fear of retaliation, and an end to forced labor in the fields.
For 35 years, Corporate Accountability International and its members have led the way to protect people and save lives by waging and winning campaigns that challenge abusive corporations. Using a mix of grassroots activism and long-term corporate engagement, Corporate Accountability International works tirelessly to ensure corporations are held accountable for policies, practices, and products that endanger public health, the environment, and human rights.

 

 

Family Farm Defenders is a national nonprofit grassroots organization that promotes sustainable agriculture, rural justice, workers rights, animal welfare, consumer safety, fair trade, and food sovereignty.

 

 

Logo of Food & Water Watch: the words enlarged with a magnifying glass
Food & Water Watch works to ensure the food, water and fish we consume is safe, accessible and sustainably produced. So we can all enjoy and trust in what we eat and drink, FWW help people take charge of where their food comes from, keep clean, affordable, public tap water flowing freely to our homes, protect the environmental quality of oceans, force government to do its job protecting citizens, and educate about the importance of keeping the global commons — shared resources — under public control.
Cooking 1 Food Tank highlights hope and success in agriculture. They feature innovative ideas that are already working on the ground, in cities, in kitchens, in fields and in laboratories in order to bring more attention, more research, and ultimately more funding to be replicated and scaled-up.
Logo for Food Chain Workers Alliance: an image of Food Chain workers Food Chain Workers Alliance is a coalition of worker-based organizations whose members plant, harvest, process, pack, transport, prepare, serve, and sell food, organizing to improve wages and working conditions for all workers along the food chain.
 

 

Celebrating local sustainable food, Sustainable Table educates consumers on food-related issues and works to build community through food.

 

 

 

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy works locally and globally at the intersection of policy and practice to ensure fair and sustainable food, farm and trade systems.

 

 

Just Harvest USA aims to build a more just and sustainable food system with a focus on establishing fair wages, humane working conditions and fundamental rights for farmworkers. We achieve this through broad public education and mobilizing support for farmworker-led and other grassroots campaigns.
 

Land Stewardship Project works to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, promote sustainable agriculture, and develop sustainable communities.

 

 

 

The Real Food Challenge serves as both a campaign and a network. The campaign is to increase the procurement of real food on college and university campuses, with the national goal of 20% real food by 2020. By leveraging their purchasing power we can catalyze the transformation of the larger food system. The network offers a chance for students and their allies (those working on the campaign along with those who’ve yet to sign on) to make connections, learn from one another, and grow the movement.
Slow Food Logo Slow Food USA is part of a global, grassroots organization with supporters in over 150 countries who believe that food and farming should be sources of health and well being for everyone. Through international and national advocacy, local projects and bringing people together through the common language of food, Slow Food members and supporters are making it easier to access real food that is good for us, good for those who produce it and good for the planet.

 

Small Planet Institute Small Planet Institute seeks to identify the core, often unspoken, assumptions and forces — economic, political, and psychological — now taking the planet in a direction that as individuals none of us would choose. We disseminate this deeper understanding of root causes.

 

Outreach Partners for Myth 2: The Myth of Choice

Thanks to all those organizations and individuals who helped support the outreach efforts for our second movie in September 2013!

Berkeley Media Studies Group Healthy Child Healthy World
Bossy Acres Integrity Botanicals
Center for Ecoliteracy Jamie Oliver Food Foundation
Center for a Livable Future Junkbusters
Center for Nutrition Kansas City Food Circle
Changelab Solutions Michele Simon
Chef Ann Cooper Naomi Starkman
Chef Devin Alexander New Medicine Foundation
Chicago Hispanic Health Coalition Nonna’s Spicy ‘n Sweet Sauces
Clean Air Cool Planet NY Faith & Justice
Community Food and Justice Coalition Organic Nation TV
Crofter’s Organic Reality Tours
CultOurvators Saltrax
Earth Friendly Product Slow Food Boston
Ecocentric Blog (GRACE) Slow Food Ireland
Edible San Diego Springfield Food Day
Elect Democracy! SustyQ: Anandi Premlall
Fair Food Philly The Common Market Philadelphia
Food Day The Green Pages BC
Food Shift Austin The Parents’ Jury
FoodBabe: Vani Hari The Rambling Epicure Blog
Free Range Studios Unite Here!
Global Exchange UNITE HERE! / Real Food Real Jobs
GM-free Ireland VT Farm to Plate
Women’s Voices for the Earth

 

Outreach Partners for Myth 1: Do we really need industrial agriculture to feed the world?

Dozens of outreach partners around the country partnered with Food MythBusters to host events, share our movies, and help spread the word about our first movie in 2012. Thank you for all your help!

Alfred University Mt Holyoke University
Arizona State University NYU & The Student Food Project
Berea College Oxfam
Boston University People’s Market
Center for a Livable Future Presbyterian Hunger Program
Chatham University SXSW ECO
CoFed The Common Market in Philadelphia
Community Alliance with Family Farmers The Wild Center
CUNY Food Fest University of Minnesota Duluth
Dig Deep Farms and Produce University of Denver
Evolver Boulder University of Northern British Columbia
Food Day Veritable Vegetable
Harvard Sustainable Food Project Worcester State University
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Advisors

The Project has benefited from dozens of expert advisors who have helped shape the videos and screening guides, the Project design, and the video production. We are grateful to each and every one of them.